Community Care and Rehabilitation

The Community Care and Rehabilitation Program is a multi-faceted program focused on attaining the highest quality of life for individuals by maximizing abilities, maintaining or improving independence and assisting persons to compensate for functional limitations. 

Intensive Rehabilitation Unit

There are 30 specialized Rehabilitation beds located at the Health Sciences North – Ramsey Lake Health Centre.

Ten of these beds are specifically designated for persons with an acquired brain injury; 5 ABI Intensive and 5 ABI Slow to Recover.

North East Rehabilitation/Complex Continuing Care Cluster 3 Referral Form »

Nephrology (Dialysis)

The Regional Nephrology Program is accountable for the provision of dialysis services to all patients in its network, and maintaining quality and operating standards.

The program is comprised of a network of services including a regional hospital centre, six satellite dialysis units located at host hospitals throughout the region, home dialysis (peritoneal and hemodialysis including short, daily and nocturnal dialysis), and an affiliation with London Health Sciences Centre for renal transplantation.

Oupatient Nutrition Counseling

The Outpatient Nutrition Counselling Program provides therapeutic nutrition counselling to children and adults with nutrition-related diseases/disorders. Dietitians provide expert nutrition education to individuals and families.

Sudbury Outpatient Centre
865 Regent Street
Sudbury, ON
705.671.6601

Short Term Assessment and Treatment (STAT)

STAT provides short term outpatient assessment and treatment for adults and seniors with multiple health concerns. Referrals can be made from hospital or a geriatrician.
Our patients typically visit the program for 1 to 3 hours, 1-2 times per week, for 4-8 weeks.
The goal of STAT is to assist the patient achieve optimal health, maximize independence and remain in their own home.

Outpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service (OBIRS)

The Outpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service (OBIRS) is part of the range of rehabilitation services offered by Health Sciences North to people with an acquired brain injury (ABI).
OBIRS provides services to clients  who live in North Eastern Ontario.
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Outpatient Rehabilitation Services

Our multidisciplinary team of rehabilitation professionals is dedicated to the provision of evidence-based rehabilitation, working to ensure maximum independence for those challenged by / recovering from illness or injury

Learn more about HSN's Outpatient Rehabilitation Services here.

Learn more about Forward To Function here.

Acute Medicine

Health Sciences North provides multidisciplinary team-based care for patients requiring admission to hospital. Family physicians, hospitalists and internists, as well as other specialty services, provide a full-range of treatment and care, working collaboratively with registered nurses, nurse practitioners, social workers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, respiratory therapists, pharmacists and other allied health professionals. Acute medicine is supported by a number of ambulatory programs including

  • the asthma clinics,
  • pulmonary rehab,
  • diabetes education and care,
  • HIV care, hemophilia clinic,
  • primary care clinic
  • and the medical care unit.

Hemophilia

The Hemophilia Program provides support and education to individuals living with inherited bleeding disorders, such as hemophilia and Von Willebrand’s disease.

The team of health professionals includes a nurse coordinator, hematologist, social worker and physiotherapist, who work together to help patients manage their condition and provide them with the best available treatment options.

Diabetes Care Services

The Diabetes Care Service provides self-management education and support to people living with diabetes. The multi disciplinary team of nurses, dietitians and social worker provides instruction on nutrition, exercise, insulin management, blood glucose monitoring and many other health topics.

865 Regent St. S., 2nd floor,
Sudbury, ON, P3E 3Y9
Phone: 705.671.6601
Fax: 705.671.5634

HAVEN (HIV/AIDS Clinic)

The HAVEN Program is an outpatient clinic that provides a confidential team approach to care for those who are infected with HIV and who live in northeastern Ontario.

The program also assists partners/families/friends of those affected by HIV. Services include HIV medical care, nursing care, emotional support and counselling, advice and teaching abut HIV drugs, nutrition counselling, information about HIV, specialized lab testing, research studies and consultation with other health care providers.

(705) 523-7059 or 1-800-410-1814

Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic

The Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic provides a consultation and education service for patients who have had a known or suspected TIA and do not require admission to hospital. The clinic currently operates two to three days per week and is located on the 1st floor of the South Tower of the Health Sciences North Ramsey Lake Health Centre site.